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    Fun read with great characters

    Such a fun read. Abby and Doug come from two different worlds, with different dreams. Yet they find so much in common whilst battling to modernise the Crumbs business. Can they learn the truth about each other and fight for a future? Great characters, not only Abby and Doug but also their friends and family. Couldn't put it down. Highly recommend!
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    Delicious

    'Never judge a book by its cover' is a sentence you often hear. But it's a fact that that cover is exactly what you see in the first place. To me it's very important because it tells me straight away whether I want to read it or not. The same thing happens with the title. When he appeals to me, I will read the book of not, it will remain on the shelf. For this book I can already tick those two boxes. But not only this is important. The first sentence often makes or breaks a story for me as strange as this may sound. Box three ticked as well. And that leaves the story itself of course. Well, that is easy. I loved it. It is a fluently written read with lots of banter that makes you smile but sometimes you also have to keep a tissue handy. I had the feeling there was room for a sequel? Or even two or three? I would not mind it at all. Thank you Kathryn Freeman and Choc Lit.
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    OH CRUMBS

    A REALLY DELIGHTFUL READ, GREAT CHARACTERS AND REALLY FUN.
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    A sweet treat!

    Abigail (Abby) pops into the life of staid and dour biscuit company MD, Doug, like a refreshing burst of sunshine when she turns up for a job interview with everything going wrong – her blouse was sicked on by the baby, she was late, she couldn’t stop talking – so he gave her the job! Abby is trying to juggle her working life and a career with her home life – as the eldest of 5 sisters she took over bringing up her siblings when her mother died when Abby was 13, and her father kept working to keep them afloat financially. Abby is everything Doug is not, but he can’t seem to resist her, and vice versa – this is a very satisfying story which keeps you interested and involved all through – you are, of course, on the side of the angels and willing it all to work out. I can only say you won’t be disappointed. I’ve read a few of Kathryn’s books and enjoyed them, but I think I like this one the best. I’m looking forward to the next!
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    Pure brilliance

    Pure brilliance again from the lovely Kathryn Freeman. I'm a huge fan of Kathryn and love her style of writing and was lost as soon as I started this one. Being a fond lover of the words "Oh Crumbs" myself I was right at home with Abby. It starts with the loss of Abby (and 4 her sister's) Mum - even during the sad scene, Kathryn brings laughter and visualation to life. Abby's story builds up and gets going as soon as she catapults her way into Doug's office ... looking less than professional, late and saying Oh crumbs several times .... which has her in fits of giggles due to the fact she is interviewing for the MD PA role at a biscuit factory. Only to be greeted by the most serious, stern and seriously hard to judge Doug. Now Doug has his own story too. He hates being the MD to his father's biscuit factory for starters and would much rather be off with a paintbrush somewhere. He is very tense and serious and finds it extremely difficult to have fun, relax or even smile. He comes to life (and releases he's anger/frustration) during BJJ training with his best mate Luke. So, with that visuale of Doug and remembering Abby's unforgettable enterance, nobody is more surprised than Doug - when he makes an incredibly easy decision of hiring her. I would usually give some snippets during my review - but I will just give too much of this amazing story away. What I will leave you with, is .... Will the lovely Abby ever manage to crack a smile on Doug's face or has he just made a mistake hiring such a crazy, scatterbrained PA 😉 Read it to find out what other secrets will unfold during this unputdownable read #biscuits #pa #artist #family #friends #bjj #laughter #sadness #tears #committment #brilliantread #kindle #amazonkindle #kobobooks #googleplayreads #goodreads #kathrynfreeman #choclit #couldntputitdown #curlupandenjoy #teaandbiscuits
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